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Spartans slip in first meet of season

JP. O’Hagan, Sports Editor

October 31, 2014

The swimming and diving teams started their competition for the year over Fall Break with their first meet against archrival Carnegie Mellon University. It was sadly a slow start for both the men and women’s squad as the two teams lost to the Tartans. The women lost by a 183-115 point total and...

Swimming season comes to a close, Spartans perform well at conference

Skyler Phillips, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2014

This weekend, the Spartans participated in the annual UAA Conference Championships for swimming. However, this year there was a bit of a twist in the set up. The conference meet was supposed to be hosted by Emory University in Atlanta this year and the teams were to meet up there on Thursday, Friday...

Spartan swimmers finish up dual season with win

Skyler Phillips, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2014

The Spartans competed in their final dual meet this weekend against Baldwin Wallace University and met with great success for both the men and women’s teams; this was especially nice for the seniors, as it was their last time racing in their home pool. At the end of the day, the scores were 174-123...

Swimming team shines in meet versus Ohio Northern

Skyler Phillips, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2014

The Spartans had a very unusual meet this weekend against Ohio Northern, due to the bad weather raging across the state. Instead of the normal travel meet, the team stayed at home and had a virtual meet; in this meet, the Spartans swam in Veale, and sent their times in to the team over at Ohio Northern...

Spartan swimmers enjoy mid-season hiatus before championship meets

Skyler Phillips, Contributing Reporter

January 17, 2014

After the Wooster invitational this winter, the Spartans are just a little over halfway done with their season, with only six meets to go. These meets consist of three dual meets, a conference meet, the NCAA championships and an invitational. The Spartans have been busy outside of the pool during...

Spartans Face Turbulent Waters at Quad Meet

Skyler Phillips, Contributing Reporter

November 26, 2013

This weekend’s home quad meet may have left the Spartans feeling a bit ambivalent about the results. The men had victory over two of the three teams, with victories of 222.5 to 67.5 against Grove City and 172.5 to 106.5 against Gannon University and a loss 195 to 102 against Kenyon College. The women en...

Spartan swimming and diving makes a splash in first meet at home

Katie Wieser, Sports Editor

November 8, 2013

The Spartan swimming and diving teams claimed the top spot in the first round of the Greater Cleveland Tournament last weekend at home. They will face off against Oberlin College in the final round this Saturday at the Veale Natatorium. The teams went up against area rivals John Carroll University...

Swimming and diving plunges into season

Katie Wieser, Sports Editor

November 4, 2013

The Spartan swimming and diving teams weathered a tough opening weekend at Carnegie Mellon University with both the men and women’s teams losing to the conference rival. The men’s team lost by a score of 178-108 and the women’s team lost 191-101.The meet was one of the more difficult ones that...

Dillione named two-time All-American in 100-, 200-yard butterfly

Junior captain Maggie Dillione picked up a pair of All-American laurels with a 12th place finish in the 200-yard butterfly and a 14th place finish in the 100-yard butterfly at the 2013 NCAA Championship.

Peter Cooke, Sports Editor

March 29, 2013

Swimmer finishes 12th, 14th in first ever trip to national champinonship Case Western Reserve University junior captain Maggie Dillione returned from the 2013 NCAA Division III Championship a two-time All-American after a pair of top-16 finishes. The meet was held at the Conroe ISD Natatorium in Shena...

Dillione looks to leave mark at NCAA Championship

Junior captain Maggie Dillione will compete this weekend at the NCAA Championship.  Dilllione is seeded fourth in the 200-yard butterfly and will look to become the program’s first All-American since 2007.

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March 22, 2013

Swimmer seeded 4th in 200 fl, 14th in 100 fly in nation Case Western Reserve University junior captain Maggie Dillione opened her week at the 2013 NCAA Division III Championship Meet on Wednesday morning at Conroe Natatorium in Shenandoah, Texas. Dillione, whose specialty event is the 200-yard...

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